San Francisco City Impact Health and Wellness Center is under the umbrella of San Francisco City Impact Rescue Mission, serving 47,000 residents of the Tenderloin District of San Francisco with a hot meals, spiritual and practical encouragement through volunteers, social workers and staff. City Impact also operates City Academy, a private elementary through high school attended by around 100 students from low income families as well as the home of the Adopt a Building program. Adopt a Building brings hope to the poor through positive personal relationships fostered by the program.
We offer an Urgent Care, 9 Specialists, Community Health Education, Patient Advocacy and a unique "Total Wellness Program." We are working towards becoming the ‘medical home’ for low income residents in the Tenderloin that fall 250% below the federal description of the poverty line.
We are a place where a patient can receive a free screening and treatment, discuss and set health goals that encompasses the body, mind and spirit. Our treatment philosophy is similar to that of family medicine by taking into account a patient's total living environment, proactively seeking improvement through health education, lifestyle changes, and the availability of new positive relational experiences.
All clinic services are provided by volunteers, free-of-charge for serviced provided by our clinic. Languages include Spanish, Chinese, and Tagalog.